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Material for Lesson 5
« Last Edit: November 25, 2012, 06:20:35 pm by taeyang »
If you like my material, you  can check out my games page at http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,43821.0.html


  • Scooter
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    • December 03, 2010, 08:50:17 pm
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Dear PlagueMonkey,

Thank you for uploading all the material that some of us can't access via Iscream.  I appreciate you help.


Scooter
"Be the change that you want to see in the world."         Mohandas Gandhi


  • Lizzy
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    • August 29, 2011, 08:27:35 pm
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Telepathy game my co-teacher gave me.

Each student has an answer sheet. They must write a full sentence (and fill in the blanks with their prediction). If their answer is right and they've written the sentence correctly (remind them to include 's) they get 1 point.


  • MKryluk
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    • October 11, 2011, 07:25:52 pm
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Two-sided worksheet for classes later on in the unit. I'm trusting that my co-teacher and I understood one another properly with the few translations. Should take 10-15 minutes for the average grade 5 student.


Here's a super simple powerpoint, to introduce Lesson 5 and new vocabulary.  There are 10 words total (cap, umbrella, mine, yours) in English and Korean.


  • Koenji
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    • December 03, 2010, 02:43:17 pm
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materials can be taken from last years books too

http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,929


  • imasae11
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    • August 25, 2011, 02:35:16 pm
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Activity that I am doing for the Let's Read part or Lesson 5.4 (which happens to be an Open class for me).   I adapted isle444 Spoon Game and changed it to the Pen Game because I am to lazy to find some spoons  ;D.  Also added more players because most of my students are grouped in teams of 5-6 students.  Included is the actual dialogue students are supposed to read aloud (except for the names) but I typed out the pronunciation in Hangeul to the best of my ability (I let my co-teacher read through it she said it was fine). Anyway the playing cards are also inserted in the ppt so just print slides 8-9 and laminate the cards if you are going to re-use them.  If the players are too much or too little adjust the dialogue and cards.

How to play:
Game is played like pass the ball but it focuses on every student speaking.  We are just passing the pen.  Whoever has the pen once the teacher says stop receives a sticker.  You can repeat the game 2-3 times and reward the winner with whatever reward system you have going on.

Update:
The Pen game was also a success.  My students loved the fact that they were celebrities.

Another powerpoint attached is a simple, short, but fun review of using "It's _(name)_'s."  The foundation of this powerpoint was inspired by last year's ppt.  I did an update and made something that I knew my students really like.  It was a success, especially the Pororo glasses slide. 
« Last Edit: June 06, 2012, 10:54:28 am by imasae11 »


  • Fintim
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    • August 01, 2011, 12:43:17 pm
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Here's what my CT and I did for the reading period. We made a PowerPoint picture book about the NET (me) waking up with a pair of socks on my head, and trying to figure out whose socks they are. The PowerPoint uses pictures of me and my CTs, so you'll probably want to make your own version with your own photos.

Here's how we ran our class:

1) Read the PowerPoint story, "Whose Socks Are These?" with the students. Read it a couple of times to help students understand/memorize the story.
2) Ask comprehension questions (e.g., "Whose socks are yellow?", "Whose socks are pink?")
3) Give each student a version of the story where each sentence is on a different slip of paper (The Excel document). The students will reassemble the story. When they are finished, the teacher will check it, and give them a blank piece of paper to glue the strips on to.
4) My co-teacher plans on using this as a script for role-play in her next class, so students who finish early will practice reading and memorizing the story with actions.

This requires a bit of preparation, but it turned out well and was worth it. ^^
« Last Edit: May 23, 2012, 02:53:52 pm by Fintim »


  • gmosborn
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    • June 21, 2010, 03:42:47 pm
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what happened to Story B in the teacher's pack?


This is a ladder game.

1. give 2 student 1 sheet.
2. writer their name on the bottom.
3. draw ladder line (10~15 line per one student is good)
4. hide ladder part. ( make 2 dotted line meet together.)
5. Rock scissor papper.
6. start from winner
7. first student select one(A) and ask(asking sentence is in the box)
8. unfold paper and go down with the ladder and second student answer(answer sentence is in the box)
 and get the point
9. second student selcet one(A) and do the same thing



  • Corrdawg
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    • February 22, 2011, 05:27:18 pm
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Flash cards for the unit.

can also be used as a game.  make 8 groups.  each group is given 1 item.  the groups take turns guessing whose .. camera it is.  if they get it right on the first guess, 5 point, 2nd guess 3 points 3rd guess 1 point then negative points etc...



  • kevin_627
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    • February 17, 2013, 09:43:39 am
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #11 on: April 29, 2013, 03:22:01 pm »
Here is a powerpoint file I made for Period 2 (Story B) of Grade 5 Lesson 5.

- Textbook video and listen/repeat
- Practice for Is this/Are there
- Stand up game (Students are in groups of 4, when they get the question right they have 5 seconds to either stand up or stay seated. If the number of students standing matches the number on the screen, they lose that many points. If different, they win the number of points on the screen. Pretty simple and the kids enjoyed it.)


  • smmoon3031
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #12 on: May 22, 2013, 09:06:53 pm »
Ok, I made a Lesson Ppt for Story A and Story B. I split these into two units, unit on day 1 and unit 2 on day 2. There is a clap game warm up before unit 2 and a opening class activity for each.


  • Tamryn5
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    • April 02, 2013, 09:11:12 pm
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #13 on: May 23, 2013, 01:45:36 pm »
Here's a hidden picture game to match the vocab. Anything that evokes curiosity in a student seems to work :)


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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #14 on: May 28, 2013, 09:44:09 pm »
Ok, this is a bingo game. I made a list of numbered expressions and the students make their own boards by filling in the blanks with numbers.

The students pair up and take turns picking expressions to say. The other then looks for the expression and marks the number on their board.

Make sure the kids don't cheat and look at the other students board. It can help if you make different copies of the expressions list and re-order them.

I haven't tested this out yet, but I will tomorrow and will let you know how it goes.

Credit to the fellow waygook user for the blank bingo card. There is also a rough lesson plan at the bottom of the document. The review portion is part of my lesson ppt that I posted here earlier.

I'm gonna try to spend about 15-20 minutes on the bingo game and 10 minutes on each of the other parts of the lesson.


*edit*
Worked pretty well. We also tried a different method with it. Gave one bingo board to a pair of students and the teachers called out the expressions. We then asked the students if anyone wanted to pick one and read it. They do bc they want to win.

Three lines is a bingo and I kept track by asking them to raise their hands if they had one line, two lines, or three lines. The reward is that the bingo card becomes a coupon for 1 candy for each of them.
« Last Edit: June 03, 2013, 08:32:37 am by smmoon3031 »


  • smmoon3031
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #15 on: June 03, 2013, 08:36:54 am »
Here is a sentence scramble good for about ten minutes. Just cut em out, group them up and let them go at it.

I do team points, boys vs girls, so my teams are split into groups of girls and groups of boys. I have four teams sectioned into two sections. One group of boys vs One group of girls. Each section competes for a team point.

So at the end of the day, there is a total of two team points they could possibly win.
Works pretty well since the ultimate reward is moolah.

Also, here is a video I will use today for the lesson by adamthomasphotograp hy.com. Great videos, kids love em, and comes with subtitled/ no subtitle versions so you can get pretty flexible with the vids.

http://www.adamthomasphotography.com/Other/Videos-with-Subtitles/22287332_SxwHPL#!i=1787658007&k=QZvT7Pp&lb=1&s=A


*edit*
sorry, it was mislabeled. It is a sentence scramble...not a word scramble

« Last Edit: June 03, 2013, 03:10:29 pm by smmoon3031 »


  • jsotoronto
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #16 on: June 10, 2013, 02:32:06 pm »
If you wanted to expand on the "Letters and Sounds" section on p.72, I have uploaded a simple work sheet from superteacherworkshe ets.com. I will also be comparing Sh and Ch words and asking students if they can hear the difference. Hope it helps

I also put the same worksheet for ch words, which comes up in Lesson 9


  • tori_bird
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #17 on: June 26, 2013, 09:33:40 pm »
Simple coin flick game. Great for those reading periods!


  • janelle_j
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #18 on: June 27, 2013, 08:01:22 am »
So this topic, specifically, doesn't have much material, so here is everything else my classes used: Not everything is entirely mine, I borrowed a lot.
*The 5-1 Worksheet, is the same as the original one posted earlier, but I made a few slight changes like adding a line for "Name" and "Class."

That YuGiOh game was epic, and my students loved it! However, my co-teacher was not very happy about it. She doesn't like those kind of bomb games because she feels the students are more interested in the game (in this case: the awesome graphics), and not on learning/using the language.  I understand her point there, but aren't the students allowed to have some fun? How do you keep your students focused on the language when using these games? How do you get everyone to participate?

Thanks for the feedback!


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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 5 - "Whose Cap is this?"
« Reply #19 on: July 02, 2013, 12:58:54 pm »
My co teacher wanted to do a lot of reviewing of sections 1-5, so I thought I'd share my materials in this thread.  This is the PPT I used. I was going to have the students write their own dialogue (with a partner) using at least one sentence from each lesson (they could use the book, and any other handouts, for this assignment). However, we didn't have time. If you want to try this, I left the sample dialogues. I also marked what sentence comes from each lesson. I did this with my 6th graders too, and they came up with some very creative conversations!

A lot of my students still have a hard time spelling. At first, I didn't know how to practice spelling in a fun way... but then I remembered Hangman, and thought, "My kids can do that!" And THEY LOVED IT! So I am attaching my worksheet and PowerPoint. It also coordinates with the review. I chose words I consistently saw them misspell, so change it to whatever words your students struggle with.

How I used Hangman is mostly explained in the PPT- so I hope I made everything easy to understand. Let me know if you have questions. *Important things to remember are- 1) one student is score keeper (he's in charge of the paper and doesn't get a turn to guess until he is no longer scorekeeper). 2) No cheating! 3) Students must SPELL the word correctly, not just guess what it is.

Have them fold the handout at the line, to keep from cheating. I had them write their names on the back too, for easy score keeping. After each round, they just erase the board and start again. (I suppose once they get the hang of it they may draw on a separate piece of paper using their own words.)

Anyways, I'm writing to much...bye!